We saw a $10,000 refrigerator, a home pizza oven and other toys for discerning appliance lovers with coin to spare at the Kitchen and Bath Industry show in Las Vegas this week.
Want high-end appliances that would make your neighbors throw a jealous fit? If so, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas had plenty to offer. Click through to see the new, drool-inducing appliances on display at the show.
LG launched a new brand of luxury appliances. Called Signature, the company kicked off the line with a high-end fridge, oven and dishwasher.
The Signature refrigerator costs a whopping $9,800 and is designed to compete with brands such as Viking and Sub-Zero
It's a built-in side-by-side with 25.6 cubic feet of space and app-enabled smarts.
Along with the fridge, the new Signature line includes this glamorous $5,000 electric slide-in range.
A convection oven on the bottom with continuous grates on top and polished stainless everywhere else, the oven certainly looks the part of a luxury appliance.
The oven offers 6.3 cubic feet of space, and the range connects to your Wi-Fi network, letting you check its status from afar. You can also use the app to directly address maintenance issues with the Signature line's dedicated concierge service.
Rounding out the list of the Signature brand's initial offerings, the 24-inch fully integrated dishwasher also comes with smarts and the line's concierge service.
The new dishwasher will run at a whisper-quiet 40 decibels.
It offers flexible racks for loading oddly shaped dishes.
It also sports steam vents so you don't have to worry about prerinsing.
Moving on from the Signature line, can a dedicated pizza oven actually make a better pie?
Better pizza is the promise of the $9,900 GE Monogram Pizza Oven, which reaches temps up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit (427 Celsius) in around 30 minutes.
Those high temps allow the oven to create Neapolitan style crust with its traditional crispy char.
The results were pretty tasty.
Electrolux's newest washer and dryer aren't outrageously expensive, but still have luxurious features.
The $1,100 EFLS617 washer mixes water and soap in a special chamber before the cycle begins. Electrolux claims this allows the machine to achieve new heights in cleaning capability.
The Electrolux washer also tries to maximize cleaning power by precisely controlling the mechanical movement of the machine.
The $1,100 Electrolux Perfect Steam Dryer not only eliminates moisture, but supposedly removes wrinkles and refreshes your clothes by removing 99.9 percent of bacteria.
Electrolux also showed off the company's $150 thermal coffee maker at KBIS.
Complete with a water filter, the machine brews a cup of joe with an Advanced Brewing System that aims to extract better aromas and flavors from your beans.
You can also set the coffee maker to automatically start up to 24 hours in advance.
With a distinctive black interior, LED lighting and sturdy steel drawers, the Jenn-Air Obsidian line of refrigerators is quite stunning.
Up your outdoor grilling game with the Gaucho Grill by Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet. For $18,000, this massive machine lets you cook with a wood fire and rotisserie in high Argentinian style.
Another wild appliance by Kalamazoo is the Smoker Cabinet, a $12,000 automated smoker that cooks with computerized control.
Billed by Viking as the "fastest oven in the world," the Viking TurboChef wall oven will set you back $12,599.
Forget K-Cups -- why not add a built-in espresso and coffee machine to your kitchen wall? The $3,800 Miele CVA 6800 coffee system lets you do just that.